Scratch Classes – KECLA

  At the KECLA education center, SOS and Hwarang educated high school students on a Scratch based coding curriculum, which was used to then teach younger children. 

Guatemala Coding Classes

     Tagging along with the Hwarang Guatemala Eye Camp, SOS operated a coding class at the host church. Working together with the Hwarang IT-Committee members there, a week long class was...

3D Printing Classes

     A growing market of additive manufacturing, 3D printing has been creeping closer to becoming an essential skill in the future. Members went from building the 3D printer to finishing...

Humanoid Robot Classes

     To expand the robotics curriculum, Hwarang and SOS members worked with the Robotis Mini Humanoid robot kits. Still a relatively unrefined field of robotics, members got to experience...

Guatemala Eye Camp

     Working together with Hwarang, SOS hosts a Eye Camp in Guatemala. The eye camp works to provide free eye check-ups and surgeries if needed. 

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Featured Class

Algebra 1

Review or preview Algebra 1 in a 6 week course taught by our college student volunteers. Join us every Wednesday 2-4PM to get prepared for the upcoming school year!

Available Classes

Introduction to Coding

Meant for students with little coding experience who would like an introduction to the world and mindset behind coding. This course will be taught using scratch, a MIT developed block-based coding meant to teach younger children.

Math 2-5th

A group tutoring class meant for 2-5th graders who need help reviewing or previewing anything math related. Feel free to join a class and take a diganostic test to get help from one of our student volunteers. 

Algebra 1

Led by our college volunteers Goeun Han and Rowan Pansare, a 6 week long Algebra 1 course for students to either review or preview. A lecture based class, everyone is welcome. The course will cover everything from fundamentals and advanced concepts.

Creative Writing

Learn how to get started or improve on creative writing. In this workshop, Clara Son will be instructing on how to not only start writing, but also strategies and elements behind it. 

Science Experiments at Home

Led by the Head of the Science Department, Brian Zou. The course aims to teach students about various fields of general science, through hands-on experiments that encourage participation. The course is developed with quarantine in mind, most if not all materials are common in most households. The experiments are designed to be enjoyable, and feel less stressful than a conventional lecture.

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